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of massachusetts and that was changed as a national symbol. kennedy made it romantic and republicans were able to reduce it to harvard, symbolic out of the mainstream, too smart for prime time sort of thing. we both know boston is far more than harvard. scott brown is very much massachusetts just as elizabeth warren is. and i can see a guy like chris christie coming out of somewhere, southy or some other area in the greater boston area, like massachusetts is so much more than we were tagged dukakis. >> that gets to -- the reason i like michael dukakis, if somebody is wondering, why does he care about dukakis 25 years later? i think he gets one of the worst raps and unfair raps of any sort of modern major political figure. part of what you're saying about massachusetts is this idea of him being the harvard brookline tech no craft, volvo, wine and cheese, that's the label -- this image that stuck around him. i think it's tremendously unfair. not who he is. if you look at his rise in massachusetts, he appealed to the first generation and second generation pride, families off the boat struggling t
was it windy today, a lot of reports of trees down and power lines down in southeastern massachusetts. we're getting lake-effect snow in erie and pennsylvania and prolific band in southwestern michigan. major delays on 94 there. we see lingering lake-effect snows for tonight, the main part of the storm lifts out and it's just going to be cold as we move into the weekend and black friday. guys, back to you. >> carl, thanks. >> a little more positive than we thought. right now in new york city, the macy's thanksgiving day parade is starting to take shape. the giant balloons are starting to be inflated but the winds might keep some of them grounded tomorrow. jay gray is in the city's upper west side for a first land look. what is the wind speed cut off for flight. >> reporter: good to talk to you and everyone else in the dry, warm studio there. the wind speed for cutoff for the larger balloons is a sustained wind of 27 miles an hour, gusts to 34 miles an hour. we're going to be right on the edge tomorrow. it's rainy out here and the wind has been gusting at times. seems this is as much a tra
program in massachusetts. when you look at christie's problems they don't originate with policy differences. he's conservative when it comes to policy. no rudy giuliani. it is his style, relationship with the president which bothers conservatives. >> bob costa, thanks very much. >> the markets are riding high on this holiday. the cycle rolls on. it's monday, veterans day, 2013. ♪ ♪ to all the veterans... no longer in uniform, but still serving... on the job and in our communities... whose dedication and commitment to excellence continues... in every mission, whatever it may be... affecting our lives every day... for your continued service, we salute you. this message of appreciation to our nations' veterans is brought to you by paralyzed veterans of america and unitedhealth group. pcentury link provides reliable yit services like multi-layered security solution to keep your information safe & secure. century link. your link with what's next. >>> wall street up and running and the markets are in positive territory after the dow closed at the new high on friday topping the pre
states that are using the federal exchanges. that is slightly better than the 2007 massachusetts enrollment rate that the white house has been comparing itself to. remember, high enrollment is the key to making this entire law work. with tech issues and glitches, the administration is far off track of its goal of 7 million people enrolled by the end of march. white house had a word of caution. >> i cannot confirm those numbers. you know, there have been a variety of reports saying a variety of different things, i have not seen specific figures, but i anticipate that we will be releasing data about enrollment by the end of the week. >> so let's take it to the bank, "washington post" dana milbank, that is. as our favorite d.c. cynic. what do you make of these snubz. >> i'm not a cynic, just a little -- >> they are disappointing numbers of course, but expectations are so low. if they -- the fact they made it out of the double digits is going to surprise some folks. but of course, you know, the people are just pouncing at this point. i was on a conference call this morning and it was
after scott brown won in massachusetts. >> as everyone can see, we're moments from the president speaking at the wall street journal ceo council. chris christie spoke there yesterday and took a few moments to stand up for the president, suggesting that all of this speculation around 2016 is causing more unnecessary pain for the president. this is what he said. the president just won a year ago and everybody is talking about who's next. there's work to be done in this country. actually, let's take a listen. >> he just won a year ago and everybody is like, so, who's next? there is work to be done in this country. and as we shove him out the door, we minimize his ability to be an effective executive and we shouldn't do that. >> always more interesting when you hear it from chris christie. i think he makes an interesting point. we're all guilty of speculating about 2016 controlling the narrative folk getting about the issues today. do you think it impacted the narrative around president o bam am and sinking poll numbers? >> i think it will be more true -- what's happening right now i
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